Labour Party And Left Shamefully Abandon Dail Debate On Rural Crime – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has called on the Labour Party, Independents 4 Change and People Before Profit to explain why not a single member from either the Party or Groups contributed to a two hour Dáil debate on Rural Crime. Deputy McGrath was speaking after a Fianna Fail Private Members Motion called for greater recognition […]

Eimear Quinn, A Christmas Concert, At The Nenagh Arts Centre

Listen…. you could hear a pin drop. Such was the reaction when Ryan Tubridy invited Eimear to sing ‘O Holy Night’ on his radio show in the run up to Christmas. Eimear’s version of this ever-popular carol has since become synonymous with the season. In this intimate a spiritual night, Eimear will bring her own […]

“Silver Moon” At The Nenagh Arts Centre

Silver Moon  – Friday 8th December, 3pm, Tickets €8.00 / €26.00 Family of 4 (plus €1 Booking Fee) This masked performance tells the story of two very different children; a little polish girl, Helda and a rich boy, Jurgen, whose adventures together break down barriers on Christmas Eve. Helda’s imagination is filled with her grandfathers folk […]

“Jump” At The Nenagh Arts Centre

Starring Charlene McKenna (Raw, Ripper Street), Martin McCann (Shadow Dancer, Killing Bono) Nicola Burley (Streetdance) & Valene Kane (The Fading Light) JUMP follows the lives of four twenty-something’s whose lives collide in a night of fast talk, accidents and intrigue. As the clock ticks towards midnight and the night’s events expertly fall into place, JUMP […]

Tour de Munster 2017 raises €294,637.65 and hits the €2.1 million mark for Munster Branches of Down Syndrome Ireland

This year’s Tour de Munster charity cycle has once again exceeded all expectations, and the phenomenal total of €294,637.65 raised this year brings the total raised for the Munster branches of Down Syndrome Ireland since the partnership began above the €2.1 million mark.   This is the eighth successive year that DSI has benefitted from […]

Ballet Ireland Brings Romeo and Juliet To Thurles

Based on Shakespeare’s tale of the star-crossed lovers, Romeo & Juliet is one of the greatest love stories of all time. Against a backdrop of ancient feuds and gang warfare, the ill-fated young couple falls hopelessly in love, but their families are bitter enemies. ​Shakespeare’s tragic tale is transported from the streets of medieval Verona […]

“Face It Down” App Sees Drivers Rewarded By FBD

Use of mobile phones while driving is a big problem on Irish roads. Too many people still drive while on their phone to take a call, text, snap a selfie, update their social media channels or check an email. So, as part of Toyota Ireland’s brand promise of being ‘Built for a Better World’, it […]

European Investment Bank Backs Re-Development Of Limerick

Limerick’s economic resurgence took another giant step forward today as the European Investment Bank (EIB) confirmed a record commitment for an urban Ireland investment programme for the city. EIB Vice President Andrew McDowell travelled to Limerick for the announcement, which will see the bank commit to €85million in lending to Limerick City and County Council […]

EIF And SBCI Triple New Financing For Irish SMEs

The European Investment Fund (part of the EIB Group) and the Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland (SBCI) have tripled their finance for Irish SMEs under the COSME programme in Ireland with a new increase to EUR 330 million.   Today’s deal means that from 2018, in total, an expected 10,000 companies in all sectors across […]

Universal Children’s Day – A Day To Celebrate Childhood

Organisations working directly with children have come together with Ireland’s leading children’s rights institutions, the Department of Children and Youth Affairs and Tusla to celebrate Universal Children’s Day on Monday 20th November. Individuals and organisations across the country are encouraged to get involved on this special day of celebration for children. Visit www.childrensday.ie to find out about events taking place […]

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